Shoreditch must have the highest density of speakeasy style bars in all of London. Possibly the world. TT Liquor is one of the best we know. This building was once one of Shoreditch’s police stations, but now you access the bar through one of east London’s best, and best looking, booze shops. The cellar bar has been transformed from the old jail cells, and the solitary cells are now furnished with plush leather benches, making them perfect for largeish groups of up to around ten people. The cocktails are as good as any you’ll find in London, there’s a good selection of wine, and regulars can even create their own liquor collection by taking a deposit box for bottles they’ve purchased upstairs.
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